|webmaster@iqrea||-- 12-26-2006 @ 3:01 PM|
Personally, for a lot of my clients, I recommend having the actual lead form either 1 click away from any page, or on the page itself.
The more clicking someone has to do, the lower conversion rate you will probably see.
|RealEstateRemix||-- 07-13-2007 @ 8:02 AM|
Also - Less form fields will yield more submits. I hate being greeted with an ultra-long contact or registration form. Usually an email and phone number will be adequate to get the ball rolling.
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|email@example.com||-- 07-20-2007 @ 6:56 AM|
I agree. However, I've also found that some people like long forms where they can convey the specifics of their needs. They invest time and in doing so establish a "commitment" with your website. If you follow up in a timely manner; you have more of a chance of getting them before they form skip.
I think a lot of it boils down to response time too.
|youbetcha1018||-- 08-25-2008 @ 10:40 AM|
I agree with RealEstateRemix, short and simple but very informative is what people likes. Honestly, I feel tired reading and clicking.
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|nickdup1||-- 02-20-2009 @ 7:53 AM|
Me too, bullet points and short articles are the way to go nowadays.
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